This Fiat 500 L is a delightful true icon of the 60s. One can`t help to fall in love with!
– unwarranted mileage of only 58,100 km (5-digit speedometer)
– new white painting and black interior of the “L – Version”.
– the black folding roof is an absolute must
– sporty, Italian O.B.A. leather steering wheel with horn button
– quilted side panels in imitation leather
– storage in doors, dashboard and centre tunnel
– seat upholstery with sporty checked fabric and side bolsters in black imitation leather
– dashboard trimmed, with padded knee impact protection
– black carpet with heel protection and rubber floor mats
– Italian vehicle documents
Here it comes, the archetype of a small bubble car! A car that you simply can’t avoid falling in love with: the Fiat 500, introduced in 1957. It is both an icon of the 60s as well as a symbol of Italian compact design.
With the facelifted F-model, front-hinged doors were introduced at the 500 for the first time, replacing the so-called “suicide doors” of earlier models. Power comes from a rear-mounted 496 cc engine with a performance of 13 kW (18 hp).
People wanting more luxury, had to pick up the Fiat 500 F L: quilted side panels, map pockets in the doors, chrome bracket on the bumpers and a broadband speedometer with fuel gauge were the top features. The 500 F was built from 1965 to 1972. It also served various customizers as the basis for visual and technical changes. In 1972, the last variant, called 500 R (“Rinnovata”) was introduced, it remained in production until 1975. In total, over 3.7 million units of the Fiat 500 were built. The unbroken popularity of this model led Fiat to introduce a retro-styled new Fiat 500 in 2007.